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Re: the latest in binding materials



If you get Timothy's books-about-books catalogues you will have laughed at
his marvelous dry humor many times.  I recommend him.

Sam

At 09:39 AM 9/1/98 -0400, you wrote:
>I know this is an old thread, but I couldn't resist resurrecting it. From a
>brief essay by Cullen Murphy, in the current Atlantic Monthly, on
>contemporary
>funeral practices:
>
>"A Kentucky bookbinder and printer, Timothy Hawley Books, offers a line of
>what it calls bibliocadavers--handsomely bound volumes whose blank or
>printed pages are created from a pulp containing the ashes of a loved one.
>The advent of bibliocadavers will, if nothing else, add a new facet to the
>idea of a book's being remaindered." (pp 25-6)
>
>Steve
>
>
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